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The injector fuse continues to blow on the 1999 firebird, v6 3.8 ltr. I can drive several miles befor it blows the fuse. it is the 10AMP fuse in the engine compartment that blows. I ran injector cleaner though but its only been a half tank

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Look for a melted wire loom you have or a pluged fuel filter

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